The tour picks up at Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen St W) and visits of all three sites of Public Volumes. To RSVP: please email firstname.lastname@example.org by April 12.
Public Volumes gestures towards broad interpretations of spatial justice, a concept that acknowledges the connection between space and justice as integral to understanding how we arrive at our relationships. Bringing together exhibitions, public programming and writing, the many projects within Public Volumes focus in or out from a particular location or series of locations, fostering deeper insight into why space matters. From thinking through ideas around memory and ways of living to community mobilization and immigration, Public Volumes espouses the multiple meanings folded into the spaces of everyday life and those of unexpected circumstance. This program looks to the tangled means by which we defend the spaces that offer support and the efforts we take to transform those that fail.
12:30 pm: Bus departs from Gladstone Hotel.
1:00 pm: Small Arms Inspection Building. Tour newly commissioned artwork Every Day Had a Day in its Way with artists HaeAhn Kwon and Paul Kajander.
2:00 pm: MississaugaCity Hall. Visit installation Breathing Room with artist Amanda White.
3:00 pm: Bradley Museum. Visit installations FLUX-CITIES with artist soJin Chun and Long Division with collective LeuWebb Projects.
Join us as we transform the Square Amphitheatre into a live children's theatre every Tuesday night in August. From Rock the Arts Puppets to Beauty and the Beast, watch and be dazzled as your favourite children stories are brought to life!
Whether you're a musician, spoken word artist, comedian or dazzling performer, the stage is yours! Share your craft or enjoy the great talent Mississauga has to offer at open mic nights on the Square, every Wednesday in August.
Canadian Celtic rock group Screeched Inn began over a decade ago as a trio. With a focus on tight three part harmony and audience interaction, they perfected their sound through classic rock, top 40, and country genres.
Drop by the Bradley Museum to learn more about our Heritage Kitchen Garden, representing the foods early settlers grew in Upper Canada in the 1830s. On the last Sunday of the month, Museum Interpreters are on site to lead curated garden tours and demonstrations in Bradley House kitchen.